Council hurdle for E&E companies


JOHOR BARU: Some major electrical and electronics (E&E) companies in the country are losing millions as they are unable to operate at full capacity due to conflicting conditions imposed by various local councils.

The International Trade and Industry Ministry (Miti) had instructed the factories to get approval from the respective local councils in order to continue operations round the clock.

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